Piet Wilhelm, BJJ Black Belt under Renato Tavares, shows the flying armbar attempt into the reverse toe hold. This may be illegal in some competitions
Watch Videos for ‘Arm Locks’
The window of opportunity to defend against the mounted Americana is short. Here is a last ditch option when your opponent is going for the lock. This is a very common attack in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
This is the most common escape from the omoplata and usually occurs just after your opponent places his legs over your arm and shoulder. The roll over can in fact reverse the Omoplata if you are not
The standard goose neck wrist lock may not work of very strong individuals. That means that your level of force must go up in order to deal with the increased resistance. This is often called a sankyo
Trouble shooting the kimura shoulder lock from side control position. This is a common attack in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Also an options for a step over straight armlock.
The armbar counter to a kimura attempt when your opponent tries to execute a kimura off his back when you are on top.
This omoplata variation is from side control and great to work from Kimura control or can also be done from mount (not shown in this vid)
This video is a knee bar from and armbar counter…But remember when you block (using the telephone) you pull your arm through very hard.
The Filho break from the spider web position. This is a very high percentage break taken from the 10th Planet JJ system.
The silverado is an arm crush and usually one of the last moves to go for when all the others have been blocked.